monolith wrote:Is there anything I should look out for when checking it out?
monolith wrote:I don't need the taurus but it'll get a lot more use than what I'm trading for...
monolith wrote:If anything i'm thinking it will be good for moog-ness so I can leave the (not-so) Mini at home.
monolith wrote:Would you know about controlling it with another keyboard? I dont mess around with CV a lot, and wanted to know if I can just play it like a normal keyboard synth by plugging my sh-2 into the Taurus (cv/gate). Features like the Portamento knob on the Taurus will still work, right?
Hybrid88 wrote:Portamento is just a lag processor which basically puts a lag on the voltage change when you change notes.
If it processes the incoming CV with the lag circuit then It'll be fine, I'm pretty positive that all monosynths work like this, but like I say I haven't done a lot with it myself so can't say for sure.
monolith wrote:I could even sequence it from my SH-101 or CSQ-600 correct?
Is there anything I should look out for when checking it out?
Mooger5 wrote:monolith wrote:I could even sequence it from my SH-101 or CSQ-600 correct?
If the Taurus II brain is like a Rogue without a keyboard, that´s correct. It has connections for V-Trig and 1V/Oct CV starting at the F note.Is there anything I should look out for when checking it out?
Yes, the connections at the back use stereo jacks for CV & Trigger to save space (or money). So one jack is for CV IN & OUT and the other jack is for V or S-Trig.
For CV In and V-Trig at the Rogue´s end you´ll have to solder the live wires coming from the 101 to the ring and the ground wires to the sleeves of the stereo plugs.
The Glide function will work with the incoming CV.
monolith wrote:Thanks a lot for the info.
The Taurus with some connector leads set up for CV control so I should just have to plug the CV and Gate outs of my controller into the jacks of the connector leads.
What exactly is S-trig and V-trig? Is it just the Moog name for Gate?
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